beadboard backsplash - anyone have one?
Everyone I know has tile backsplashes, and I hate to admit it, but that may be one of the reasons I don't want one. That and the fact that I want something plain not patterned. I have seen some pretty bead board backsplashes - with what looks like a baseboard at the Don't know it those people really use their kitchens. Is this practical behind the stove? Would real wood be better than the paintable, waterproof plastic type? Or will I be sorry I didn't pick something more bulletproof? My kitchen in on the cottage/country side I guess.